EDUCATIONUniversity of New Mexico, B.A., magna cum laude, phi beta kappa
Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D.
- New York
- New Jersey
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
- US District Court, District of New Jersey
Early Termination Provisions: A Landlord's Saving Grace . . . If Done Right08/29/2018 | New York Law Journal
This article is about strategies for drafting early termination provisions in real estate contracts.
Incurable Defaults in Commercial Leases: Can You Un-Ring The Bell?03/26/2015 | New York Law Journal
This article discusses a split in New York jurisprudence with respect to defaults under commercial lease agreements that Courts deem to be "curable", and defaults under commercial lease agreements that Courts deem to be "incurable", with a focus on assignments of lease.
Colorable Indicia Of Fraud07/28/2014 | New York Law Journal
This article discusses recent and relevant case law that has revitalized the four year statue of limitations in the area of fraud litigation.
Private Causes of Action: The Determinative Third-Prong03/28/2014 | New York Law Journal
This article summarizes and conveys the current state of the law with respect to when individuals can and cannot institute private causes of action based on legislation passed, ostensibly, for the public benefit. After surveying relevant legal precedent, we formulate a conclusion that we hope will assist in determining when legislation can be used to remedy private wrongs, and when legislation cannot.
The Four Year Rule: Where Are We Now in Light of 'Grimm'01/12/2011 | New York Law Journal
The purpose of this article is to survey the relevant legal precedent discussing the judicial exceptions to the Four Year Rule, note the patterns, and then formulate a cogent conclusion to assist in predicting under which circumstances the Four Year Rule will apply, and under which circumstances its exceptions will apply.
To Eject or Evict - a Lease's 'Conditional' Dilemma08/30/2010 | New York Law Journal
If I give you a thousand dollars and say, "here is a thousand dollars, it is a gift," it is a gift and, by definition, does not have to be repaid. If I give you a thousand dollars and say, "here is a thousand dollars, it is a loan," it is a loan and, by law, it is payable on demand. However, if I give you a thousand dollars and say, "here is a gift of a thousand
Local Law 7: Expanding 'Housing Standards' in the Civil Court11/05/2009 | New York Law Journal